If rumors are right Microsoft is indeed making it’s Own Tablet-PC.
Recently at the D9 Conference, we have witnessed the demonstration of the long been anticipated Microsoft’s Windows 8. It is quite note taking that Windows is doing a great job in this latest project. However, following the announcement that it will be due next year, rumors about Microsoft’s attempt to make their own line of tablet-PC are spreading out.
Some have taken their basis for inclining in this rumor on an article authored by Windows Experience Vice President, Julie Larson-Green. According to her, Windows 8 is designed to optimized touch experience that allow users to worry no more about mouse and keyboard.
As what we have seen, Windows 8 is totally responsive to touch; it works pretty amazing with its virtual keyboard. Add to that, this platform is allowing total freedom to users to run it on any devices. The users can also choose their own peripherals and choose apps they want.
Truly, Microsoft has always been on the lead in making innovations in technology. Its best foot is clearly on developing powerful software. That’s why it’s not new if rumor such of this kind will come out.
Even though, we haven’t heard yet any confirmation from the company, we can sense that they are just playing it easy and safe to excite us for their upcoming surprises. Well, with the oozing capability of Windows 8, I have no doubt if they can manage to actually set a whole thing in a tablet-PC. For that, we are just hoping that if attempts on developing a tablet PC is going to push through, then Microsoft must make sure that they will have success this time.